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  1. Hi everyone, I own a small little online shop selling crochet clothing. For 2020 I want to rebrand and sell lots more things: tops, skirts, dresses etc. I know I won't be able to do this alone, so I'm asking if any UK based crocheters or anyone that knows anyone that would be interested in helping get in touch! Some of the items would be VERY easy to make, and you would essentially be making stock (so everything in your own time.... within reason). So as to not technically "employ" someone, I would pay per item instead of work per hour, and we could work all this out for anyone that is interested. Please help me in my last little push to have a successful crochet business by spreading the word! Thank you! Charlotte
  2. Stacie Stole What a great way to use laceweight yarn! A lovely lightweight shawl in subtle colors. The easy-to-learn crochet stitch makes it a great travel project. The optional beaded edging enhances the drape. You'll want more than one!
  3. Easy-to-Wear Cowl What could be better than single crochet and chain stitches arranged in an easy-to- stitch, easy-to wear cowl? Use a beautiful variegated yarn as shown here, or choose a lovely shimmery solid color to match your personal style. If you prefer, stitch additional rows and omit the joining row to create a rectangular scarf or stole.
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